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Controversial Changes in Chapter Five Fortnite

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Fortnite Battle Royale is a widely recognized game that every kid has either heard of or played. Over the past couple of years, Fortnite has made a lot of changes to the game. In their most recent update, they brought back the original map, weapons, mobility, and other in-game design features, which has brought many nostalgic old players back to the game. Although they added old features, the game developers included many drastic changes as well. One big change Fortnite has made to the game is the collaboration with Lego. Fortnite and Lego have come together and created a new survival crafting mode in Fortnite where outfits have transformed into Lego minifigures, and players are able to build anything out of legos.

 Another major change that Epic Games has made to Fortnite is the movement; they took out the player’s ability to sprint out of the game which has upset many players. Sprinting has been in the game ever since it was released in 2017. STA student, Nicolas Zolotar, said “It completely ruins the building, they might as well take the materials out too. For the past 6 years, they have had it in the game and I just think it is pointless to take it out now.” 

Fortnite has received a lot of complaints in the past couple of weeks petitioning the creators to bring sprinting back. The creators ambiguously responded, “We’re currently exploring a few options to speed things up while keeping the fresh, new animations.” There have not been any other responses or changes in the game, so it is unlikely that they have any intentions of reverting back to the old movement.

 

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